Publications

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Journal Articles

27/04/2021—Us vs. Them: A Dataset of Populist Attitudes, News Bias and Emotions.  In: Proceedings of the 16th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Main Volume, Anthology (2021). By Pere-Lluís Huguet Cabot, David Abadi, Agneta Fischer, and Ekaterina Shutova (University of Amsterdam).
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15/04/2021—The Pragmatics behind Politics: Modelling Metaphor, Framing and Emotion in Political Discourse. ACL Anthology (2020). By Pere-Lluís Huguet Cabot, Verna Dankers, David Abadi, Agneta Fischer, and Ekaterina Shutova (University of Amsterdam).
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15/04/2021—Populizm a medialne struktury możliwości. Przypadek nowych mediów (Populism and media opportunity structures. The case of new media). Władza sądzenia (Power of judgement) (2020). By Artur Lipiński (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan).
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04/03/2021—Explaining judicial populism in Hungary—a legal realist approach. Iuris Dictio (2020). By Mátyás Bencze (Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest).
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12/01/2021—How populists securitize elections to win them: the 2015 double elections in Turkey. New Perspectives on Turkey (2021). By Osman Sahin (Glasgow Caledonian University).
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06/01/2020—Boris Kollár and OĽaNO Party Communication on Facebook. Politické Vedy (2020). By Marincea Adina and Andrej Školkay (School of Communication and Media, Bratislava).
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​10/11/2020—Justifying supranational responses to the anti-constitutionalist challenge: Applying liberal multiculturalism as a background theory. Global Constitutionalism (2020). By Zsolt Körtvélyesi and Balázs Majtényi (Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest).
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17/09/2020—‘Refugees are not welcome’: Digital racism, online placemaking and the evolving categorization of Syrians in Turkey. New Media & Society (2020). By Ozge Ozduzen (Brunel University London), Umut Korkut (Glasgow Caledonian University), and Cansu Ozduzen (University of Westminster).
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15/09/2020—Can human evolution help us understand the support for populist movements? Political Insight (2020). By Bogdan Ianosev and Osman Sahin (Glasgow Caledonian University).
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27/07/2020—Does context matter? A cross-country investigation of the effects of the media context on external and internal political efficacy. International Journal of Comparative Sociology (2020). By Márton Bene (Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest).
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17/07/2020—When Populist Leaders Govern: Conceptualising Populism in Policy Making. Politics and Governance (2020). By Attila Bartha, Zsolt Boda, and Dorottya Szikra (Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest).
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23/01/2020—Movement Sme rodina – Boris Kollár (We Are a Family – Boris Kollár). Central European Political Studies (2019). By Andrej Školkay and Viera Žúborová (School of Communication and Media, Bratislava).
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Book Chapters

12/05/2021—Democratic Efficacy and Populist Attitudes: A Conceptual and Empirical Exploration. In: Current Populism in Europe: Gender-Backlash and Counter-strategies (2021). HBS Prague. By Márton Bene and Zsolt Boda (Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest).
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12/05/2021—The COVID-19 Related Communication of Italian Politicians and Its Success on Facebook. In: Current Populism in Europe: Gender-Backlash and Counter-strategies (2021). HBS Prague. By Arturo Bertero (University of Turin).
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12/05/2021—The Cause and Retort of Populism: A Formal Political Reasoning (Politics) Without Distinct Ideology as a Response to a Political-Moral Crisis – Turning Laclau’s Theory into a Research Tool. In: Current Populism in Europe: Gender-Backlash and Counter-strategies (2021). HBS Prague. By Andrej Školkay (School of Communication and Media, Bratislava).
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12/05/2021—Covid-19 and Constitutional Law in Denmark. In: Covid-19 and Constitutional Law. Covid-19 et droit constitutionnel. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas, Biblioteca Jurídica Virtual (2020). By Sune Klinge, Helle Krunke, Annemette Fallentin Nyborg, and Jens Elo Rytter (University of Copenhagen).
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08/04/2021—Between mitigation and dramatization: The effect of the COVID-19 crisis on populists’ discourses and strategies. In: Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe (2021). Palgrave Macmillan. By Giuliano Bobba (University of Turin) and Nicolas Hubé (University of Lorraine). Download the publication.

06/04/2021—Poland: ‘If we don't elect the President, the country will plunge into chaos’. In: Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe (2021). Palgrave Macmillan. By Artur Lipiński (Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań). Download the publication.

01/04/2021—Czech Republic: Running the State like a Family Business. In: Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe (2021). Palgrave Macmillan. By Ondřej Císař and Michal Kubát (Charles University, Prague). Download the publication.

31/03/2021—Hungary: Crisis as usual - Populist governance and the pandemic. In: Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe (2021). Palgrave Macmillan. By Márton Bene and Zsolt Boda (Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest). Download the publication.

​25/03/2021—Germany: The AfD’s Staggering between Reason and Resistance. In: Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe (2021). Palgrave Macmillan. By Oliver W. Lembcke (Ruhr-University Bochum). Download the publication.

23/03/2021—France: Governmental unpreparedness as a discursive opportunity for populists. In: Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe (2021). Palgrave Macmillan. By Martin Baloge and Nicolas Hubé (University of Lorraine). Download the publication.

19/03/2021—Italy: Populist in the mirror, (de)politicizing the COVID-19 from government and opposition. In: Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe (2021). Palgrave Macmillan. By Arturo Bertero and Antonella Seddone (University of Turin). Download the publication.

18/03/2021—Spain: Is ideology back in populist discourse?. In: Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe (2021). Palgrave Macmillan. By Jaume Magre, Lluis Medir, and Esther Pano (University of Barcelona). Download the publication.

16/03/2021—UK: Between managed moderation and far-right conspiracy theories. In: Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe (2021). Palgrave Macmillan. By Osman Sahin and Bogdan Ianosev (Glasgow Caledonian University). Download the publication.

10/03/2021—COVID-19 and Populism: A Sui Generis Crisis. In: Populism and the Politicization of the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe (2021). Palgrave Macmillan. By Giuliano Bobba (University of Turin) and Nicolas Hubé (University of Lorraine).
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24/11/2020—Transnational solidarity among European cities. In: Transnational Solidarity: Concept, Challenges and Opportunities (2020). By Helle Krunke and Katarina Hovden (University of Copenhagen).
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Conference Papers

09/02/2021—Polarization and the disintegration of the polity. Reflections on populism and the future of liberal democracies (2021). By Zsolt Boda (Centre for Social Sciences).
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Working Papers

27/04/2021—Civic Strategies Addressing Populism - Initiatives to safeguard liberal democracies (2021), by Elisa Lironi, Hendrik Nahr, and Rhys Nugent (European Citizen Action Service, ECAS).
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21/04/2021—The Expression of Right-Wing Populism in the Netherlands across Facebook Posts (2020). OSF Preprints. By Agneta Fischer, Charlotte Brands, and David Abadi (University of Amsterdam).
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15/04/2021—Self-Signaling in Moral Voting (2021). Discussion Paper Series, CEPR Centre for Economic Policy Research, London, UK. By Lydia Mechtenberg (University of Hamburg), Grischa Perino, Nicolas Treich, Jean-Robert Tyran and Stephanie Wang.
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16/03/2021—Detecting argumentative discourse in online chat experiments (2021), by Hendrik Hüning, Lydia Mechtenberg (University of Hamburg), and Stephanie W. Wang (University of Pittsburgh).
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21/10/2020—Populist constitutionalism. Its impact on the constitution, the judiciary and the role of the EU, by Josep Maria Castellà Andreu (University of Barcelona) et al. 
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12/08/2020—What Kind of Public Policies Trigger Populism?, by Attila Bartha (Centre for Social Sciences) et al. 
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15/07/2020—Measuring Democratic Efficacyby Vaidas Morkevičius (Kaunas University of Technology) et al. 
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24/06/2020—Populist Parties in Contemporary Europe, edited by Martin Mejstřík and Michal Kubát (Charles University in Prague). 
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17/06/2020—On the Institutional Context of Populism, by Josep Maria Castellà and Marco Simonelli (University of Barcelona).
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05/05/2020—Populist Communication on Social Media, by Samuel Bennett (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań) et al.
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15/04/2020—Conceptualizing Democratic Efficacy, by Márton Bene and Zsolt Boda (Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest).
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Essays

25/06/2020—Hungary Coronavirus Emergency Legislation 2020. Public Jurist (2020). By Umut Korkut (Glasgow Caledonian University).
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